42 Hours: Park City, Utah

Park City is a city in Summit County, Utah. It is considered one of the wealthiest cities in the United States; most people are familiar with the town because of its main attraction in the United States, the Sundance Film Festival. It is also home to the United States Ski team, training center for the Australian Freestyle Ski Team and Skullcandy has their headquarters in the city.

Troy Alexander Project was a guest and we stayed at the exclusive Park City boutique hotel, Washington School House…where the old school is the new cool! Built as a school in 1889, the design team crafted 12 suites and rooms within the original structure, creating space that is truly breathtaking. The concept is simple – total luxury, good taste and exceptional service. We experienced many outdoor-oriented activities that have helped Park City become a destination hotspot for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and fine cuisine.

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